After 7 games of varying length across 11 days, the final match reports from the Randwick Petersham Cricket Club Tour of England and Ireland are in, as the young squad embarked on a hectic adventure into the unknown that is cricket in Ireland.
The Randwick Petersham Cricket Club touring side to England and Ireland left their England leg with an even ledger - 1 loss, 1 tie (!) and 1 well earned win. After a rough start where foreign conditions and jet lag combined to consign the squad to a disappointing loss in their first game, a gradual improvement saw an enthralling tie in the second match, followed by an emphatic win. The team have been impressively gelling on and off the field, and head to Ireland with their tails up and with a great learning experience under their belts. A huge thanks to Mote Cricket Club, Gore Court Cricket Club and Linton Park Cricket Club for welcoming us onto their beautiful grounds, and for the amazing hospitality that they have shown us.
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Notice is hereby given that the Sixteenth Annual General Meeting of Randwick Petersham Cricket Club Incorporated will be held at Petersham RSL Club, Regent Street, Petersham on Thursday 27 July 2017 at 7.00pm.
To RPC Players - Welcome To Season 2017/18!!!
Winning trophies starts here and we expect everyone to turn up and participate even if it's just walking and/or doing what you can/encouraging others.
See link below for the pre-season program commencing Saturday June 24th. Or from home page go to CLUB > TRAINING
Fifth Grade arrived for the big dance looking to claim the Premiership after a dominant Semi-Final win at Tunks Park over Gordon. However, standing in our way was the proud St. George Club who finished second during the regular season and have always produced strong and experienced final’s teams. Intriguingly, we never met the Saints during the regular season so we relied on an ex-Saint in Ben Montedoro to do some homework on some of their players. The boys headed into this game unchanged and managed to tick all the boxes in their preparation in yet another wet week in Sydney. On Tuesday night we had a full 2-hour centre wicket hit out at Petersham Oval, before having a full 2-hour session on Thursday at the SCG Indoor Centre as rain flooded Sydney.